Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal: Winners and records
Just like 'Quebec' the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal is a 'new' classic. Both were smartly created in 2010. Raced within a three days interval and called the Laurentian Classics, the hilly circuit of both offers a circuit which suits both strong sprinters and puncheurs. Cyclingstage.com brings you the records and recent winners in Montreal.
Winners Grand Prix de Montréal
2020: cancelled 2019: Greg Van Avermaet (bel) 2018: Michael Matthews (aus) 2017: Diego Ulissi (ita) 2016: Greg Van Avermaet (bel) 2015: Tim Wellens (bel) 2014: Simon Gerrans (aus)
Grand Prix de Montréal records
Greg Van Avermaet is the first rider to win Montréal more than once.
Robert Gesink was the first to win both Québec (2013) and Montréal (2010), while Simon Gerrans (2014) and Michael Matthews (2018) are the only riders to sweep both Laurentian Classics in the same year.
Peter SaganMichael MatthewsDiego UlissiGreg van AvermaetTim Wellens
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